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basicinteractions At the *listener you can enter code, and *Konilo will run what you type. The code consists of tokens, which are sequences of characters, seperated by *whitespace. The listener reads and processes tokens as they are entered. On most *Unix hosts, the system will buffer input until ENTER is pressed, but this should not be assumed to be the case. If not using rlwrap, on a Unix host, you can run `stty cbreak` before starting *Konilo to disable the input buffering. As an example interaction, enter the following and press ENTER (or SPACE if using character breaking) to exit Konilo: bye